I felt a little robotic but generally pleased with how it turned out.
Hi all, in a past post I talked about the fun and challenges about working with visitors with visual impairments.
I was really proud with how the segment went – please take a look, watch, and let me know if you have feedback!
PechaKucha seems like a very fun format. I love the idea of being forced into simplicity. Have any of you participated in a PechaKucha night before? Or something similar?
Fantastic resource for all of us science communicators and coaches out there!
Back in December, I gave a talk for the Beaty Biodiversity Museum about bogs. As challenging as it is to watch yourself in a video, it’s an extremely good tool to improve your speaking skills. I haven’t watched it thoroughly yet, so if you have comments on things I can improve upon or did well, let me know.
I found this talk to be really fun. It had a mix of people from kids, adults, professional biologists, and amateurs. I felt like the audience really valued my time and were extremely focused and conscientious.
Bridgette, a past presenter in this series, wrote up a great blog about tips and tricks that I referenced frequently in planning. I am so thankful she put the information out there.
Check the video out below!